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> A New Gene Has Been Found to Restrain the Spread of AIDS Virus
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post Mar 04, 2016, 02:14 AM
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It is reported that some researchers from KCL have found a new gene named MX2, which can restrain the spread of AIDS virus to a large degree. Those researchers said the discovery of this unique gene function will pave the way for developing more effective and less toxic treatments in AIDS. Relevant studies have been published in the latest issue of Nature.
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